By Will Willems Sports Editor
Zionsville Times Sentinel
---- — The Zionsville Lady Eagles soccer team had yet another week filled with some of the top competition in the state. The biggest of the two games was Wednesday, Sept. 11 when the third-ranked Eagles faced fourth-ranked Hamilton Southeastern in a crucial Hoosier Crossroads Conference battle. The Royals led 1-0 at halftime, but the Eagles responded with three second half goals to win 3-1 and keep their hopes for a conference championship alive. "They are always toward the top of the conference and they are always an excellent team," Zionsville assistant coach Mike Latos said of Hamilton Southeastern. "They were in line to win the conference again this year. It was a big, big win. Not just for the conference race, but for our confidence. It was just a big win." The Royals came out and controlled the first half of play, but thanks to Eagles goalkeeper Catherine Schmidt and the rest of the Eagle defense, Hamilton Southeastern only managed one goal, coming off the foot of Emily Coudret. For more of this story, read Sept. 18's Times Sentinel.